Pick Your Poison, Excuse

It was a banner week for hot chicks in Vegas with Miss USA in town the same weekend as the Playmate of the Year celebration and UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste heating up Tao Beach in honor of her Maxim cover.

Missing, though, was Attack of the Show geek cheesecake (geekcake?) Olivia Munn, who was supposed to put in an appearance at Wet Republic on May 15 but was a no-show.

Her excuse? “Food poisoning.”

You don’t need to be an extra from CSI to see the holes in her story. Last we checked, you need to eat in order to get food poisoning.

Still, that’s Munn’s story and she’s sticking to it.

“Sorry Vegas! I got food poisoning and missed my flight this morning. Still in D.C. Feeling better now, but no time machine … yet,” she Tweeted.

OK, Munn, we believe you. But we still think “got food poisoning” sounds like hungover-girl code for “slept through my alarm,” or “was out partying in Georgetown all night.” Or perhaps there’s some secret, botulism-inducing G4 technology in play. Whatever.

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